• Did you know?

    Ground-level ozone can have detrimental effects on plants and ecosystems. Find out more about the effects this can have.

  • Did you know?

    DEQ operates 15 air quality monitoring sites in the Capitol Region. Find out more about DEQ’s Air Monitoring.

  • Did you know?

    Baton Rouge area ozone levels are on a downward trend and that the area has achieved attainment with both the old 1-hr ozone standard and the 1997 8-hr ozone standard.

Our Mission & Goals

We are a coalition of local governments, businesses, educational institutions, and civic and environmental organizations committed to improving air quality in the Greater Baton Rouge area through voluntary actions.

Our Goals Include:

  • Improve air quality through voluntary actions.
  • Create a public awareness and promote individual responsibility through education.
  • Provide credible measures of air quality improvement efforts.

Upcoming Events


Forum on Generating and Documenting Emission Reduction Credits for Projects Involving Ports and Marine Vessels

Baton Rouge Clean Air Coalition is sponsoring a forum on generation and documenting emission reducti... [read more]

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Recent Blog Posts


Employing “Off Property Projects” to Earn Emission Reduction Credits as a Strategy for Helping to Permit New Industrial Projects and Expansions in the Baton Rouge Area

Dr. Mike McDaniel, BRCAC Executive Director, has drafted a concept paper presenting an innovative st... [read more]

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